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‘Not clinically effective but cost-effective’ - paradoxical conclusions in randomised controlled trials with ‘doubly null’ results: a cross-sectional study / James Raftery, HC Williams, Aileen Clarke, Jim Thornton, John Norrie, Helen Snooks, Ken Stein

BMJ Open, Volume: 10, Issue: 1, Start page: e029596

Swansea University Author: Helen Snooks

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